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    Chandi Parayana (Saptha Sathi)


    Every person in this world desires for ever-lasting happiness sans misery. The Shastras proclaim that such happiness can be begotten by worship of the Divine Shakthi. With all powers of Gods brought together, there emerged Goddess Durga or Chandi, who was beautiful, serene, and strong. Through Her all-pervading Maya Shakti, that Omniscient One Godhead assumes multifarious forms of Ganapati, Shiva, Vishnu, Devi and other divine forms for the purpose of blessing devotees. Devi Mahatyam is also known as Durga Saptashati as it contains 700 divine sanskrit verses which includes the words of Goddess Herself. The Durga-Saptashati or Devi-Mahatyam is in Markandeya Purana and as per that, by parayana of this sacred text, difficulties are overcome, diseases are cured and wishes fulfilled. The Purana also states that this Parayana has multifarious benefits:

    1. Removal of Any negative forces like disease, misfortune, obstacles, black magic
    2. Cures illness and to prevent major accidents.
    3. Removal of mental blocks
    4. Solving Financial problems
    5. Enemy can be succumbed.
    6. Your most inner desires will be fulfilled.
    7. Removal of fears

    Lalitha Sahasranamam


    Sri Lalitha Sahasranamam is in the 36th chapter of Lalithopakhyana in Brahmanda Purana. It contains powerful hymns with thousand holiest names (from Head to Toe) of Goddess Sri Lalithambika, manifestation of Sri Parasakthi, taught and initiated by Sri Hayagriva, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, to Sage Sri Agasthya. Enlightened persons say that the recitation of Sri Lalitha Sahasranamam develops an awareness of spirituality, mantra, tantra and enlightenment of the creative secrets of the universe. The reciter must understand the full meaning of each namavali of Sri Lalithambika. Any person who recites the same DAILY with full faith and belief is considered to be one having done good karma in his previous birth and having divine blessing. It is a mantra kavach. Lalitha Sahasranamam is considered the ultimate in explaining atma, paramatma, travel of atma to unite paramatma, the unison, the bliss while maintaining the grihasthu dharma. Each word is considered an unbelievably valuable manthra to attain specific goal and combination of words and slokas to decide larger direction.

    The Phala Sruthi – the benefits of chanting – described are:

    This cures all diseases and gives rise to all types of wealth, prevents all accidental deaths and is an antidote to untimely death. It is a cure for all types of fever, and gives rise to long life, it will bless you with son (that too first son) and gives three types of wealth. The devotee would get the effect of taking bath in sacred rivers like Ganga, one crore times and also the same effect as consecrating one crore lingas, one crore gold ornaments offered to learned Vedic scholars, Or doing one crore Aswa medha yagas in the shores of the Ganges, Or digging one crore wells with water in the deserts, Or feeding one crore Brahmins daily during the famine, Or doing with great attention training/teaching one thousand children.

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    Manyu Suktha Parayana


    Manyu Sukta is found in the Rig Veda. Manyu means anger or temper. Manyu Suktha Parayana is to help eliminate external disturbances like court cases and negative energies but in the real sense of the term, the Manyu Suktham removes internal conflicts like krodha (anger), lobha (greed), mada (arrogance), moha (desires) and maatsarya (jealousy). It helps neutralize negative emotions thereby easing it and prevents a person from committing sins due to anger. It helps convert negative, unpleasant energies to positive, vivacious ones.  Those with uncontrollable anger must chant this suktham 11 times and perform homam to stop potential perils from endangering their lives.

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    Sri Suktha Parayana


    Sri Suktam is a Sanskrit sacred devotional hymn revering Sri as Laksmi, the goddess of prosperity, wealth, and fertility. This hymn is chanted with a strict adherence to the Chandas, to invoke the goddess’ blessings. The hymn describes the nama, rupa, swaroopa, greatness of goddess Sri Lakshmi. Goddess Laksmi is also the personification of the spiritual energy called kuṇḍalini within us and the Universe. The Sanskrit word “kundalini” means coiled, like a snake. Goddess Lakshmi is God’s superior spiritual feminine energy or the Param Prakṛti, which empowers, purifies, and uplifts the individual. Thus, Laksmi is called the Goddess of Fortune. The goddess assumed 8 forms, known as “ASHTA LAKSHMI” to eradicate poverty of 8 kinds. Our scriptures say that a human being can face poverty on 8 fronts, one can eradicate all types of poverty with the divine blessings of Shri Lakshmi. This mantra is a powerful prayer in which the radiance, glory, beauty, all forms of the Goddess Lakshmi, her motherhood, her divinity, her blessings have been personified. The chanting of the hymn is supposed to satisfy the Divine Mother to the utmost level to shower her blessings.

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    Sundara Kanda

    Lord Shiva in Umasamhitha has told that even Adhi sesha cannot describe benefits of reading the entire Sundara Kanda. He said that even he can only summarize the greatness of Sundara Kanda because to tell in detail, only the great Lord Ramachandra is capable. Similar to the fact that God Rama is the greatest among Devas, similar to the fact that Kalpaga tree is greatest among trees, similar to the fact that the Kousthubha gem is greatest among gems, in Ramayana, Sundara Kanda is the greatest chapter. Such is the importance of Sundara Kanda Parayana. The entire essence of Ramayana is summarized in Sundarakaṇḍa and each sloka of it is considered as a mantra. If one looks at fulfilment of pure mundane dharmic needs like marriage, children, employment, prosperity etc, to complete self-realization, the ultimate state a human being can aspire to, Parayana of Sundara Kanda is supposed to take one to the goal. Sundara Kanda is also hailed as “mala manthra”. Tulasidas describes Lord Hanuman as Guru. Such a Guru clears the path for Jeevathma – Maa Sitha – to reach Paramathma – Lord Ram when Jeevathma is taken away by negative forces like ego, lust, anger etc which are manifested by Ravana inside us and Jeevathma is longing to get back to Paramathma.

    Since it is such a powerful and extremely fulfilling Parayana, the sadhaka shall adhere to strictest regimen, as mentioned before, like keeping mind from all negative thoughts and actions, taking only sathvic food and drinks, observing strict brahmacharya etc.

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    Upanishad Parayana


    The universal mantra AUM, now known throughout the world, is the essential spiritual vibration of the universe. Sanskrit, the language of the Vedas, is said to have been revealed and it is claimed that the sounds that form its 50 letters and perfect grammar are unique. A great many hymns, ceremonies and philosophical matters are contained in the Vedas, the principal sections of each Veda being Samhita (hymns), Brahmanas (ceremonies), and Aranyakas (philosophical treatises). The Upanishads are usually contained in the last section. The vibration which is generated by the holy sounds is spiritual in nature and counters the dark forces of inert matter in an effort to uplift creation. The Upanishads are the doctrine of the lifting of your own self to the Self of the universe, the Spirit which you are.

    Vishnu Sahasranamam


    Chanting of the Vishnu Sahasranama is supposed to bring endless benefits. It helps us set free from the fear of poverty, disease, birth, and death. We gain a higher consciousness that makes us understand God better, and towards introspection and meditation. Done with pure devotion and perseverance, the Vishnu Sahasranama bestows an abundance of blessings from God. To get specific benefits one may chant multiple times only one sloka applicable to the birth star and padam. There are 27 stars with 4 padams each. Each of the 108 slokas address each padam of each star.

    The seer hailed as “walking God” Sri Sri Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Swamiji of Kanchi Peetham suggested to the person who could not study Vedas to chant Vishnu Sahasranamam daily with full heart to get the benefits.

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